profit-maximizing


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Adj.1.profit-maximizing - making the profit as great as possible; "the profit-maximizing price"
increasing - becoming greater or larger; "increasing prices"
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(The parameter [mu] is seen to be the equilibrium markup.) If all firms charge [??] as given in equation (13), then no firm will wish to deviate from [??] as its profit-maximizing price.
The profit-maximizing company will be able to reinvest and grow more rapidly than the socially responsible competitor.
In addition, while the market-determined product price equals marginal cost at the profit-maximizing quantity of output for a ppt, the market-determined wage equals marginal revenue product at the profit-maximizing amount of labor for a rpt, with the logic of marginal reasoning behind these results quite similar for either decision.
For example, the profit-maximizing price with a patent is shown by the point on the D curve directly above the intersection point of the MR.
For all these reasons, a firm is apt to consider changing its product price only when demand and cost conditions threaten to move its actual markup of price over cost significantly and persistently away from its profit-maximizing markup.
New South Wales Democrat Arthur Chesterfield-Evans is reported to have said he wished to reduce links to a "profit-maximizing licensing system."
Doesn't the classic DCF model envision a profit-maximizing sale when a property's leasing has stabilized and financing is optimally available...?
Dynamically as in simultaneously traffic-building and profit-maximizing. He elaborates: "One of the weaknesses a lot of retailers have is that, when they cut prices, they cut across the board.
The settings were economically equivalent and each mechanism allowed for an implementation of the profit-maximizing strategy.
While Tony Ridder has been on a cost- cutting campaign since becoming chairman and CEO of the company in 1995, this year his profit-maximizing strategy led to a full-scale revolt.
They may be profitable, but they aren't profit-maximizing. Much of the cost comes in the amount of time spent on the land, what conservationist Wendell Berry called a high "eyes to acres" ratio.
Given the relatively small marginal cost, there is indeed a noticeable gap between the profit-maximizing price elasticity (-1.05) and the stationary elasticity obtained from the error correction mechanism (-0.41).